"My greatest strengths as a player is that I'm a little guy and I can get past people with my quickness and speed. In the off-season, I'm just working on getting stronger, faster, and bigger for the season," he said.
Davis is still looking for where he fits best in the offense, as he currently plays both receiver and running back.
"Usually I play slot receiver, but I'm working in more running back, so I'll be playing both this year. I grew up playing running back, but when I came in as a freshman they put me in at slot, and I feel comfortable at both," he said.
Though he's only a sophomore, Davis is already hearing from some of the strongest Pac-12 programs.
Two of Davis' Oaks Christian senior teammates, cornerback Ishmael Adams and wide receiver Jordan Payton, both signed letters of intent to play with the Bruins and are wasting no time in recruiting the team's underclassmen.
"They're trying to get me to go there, trying to get me to commit early. But we'll see," he laughs.
The 5'9", 175 lb. athlete doesn't have any sort of visit set for the next few months and is instead really working to make his junior season successful.
"This year, we're just going to work a little harder and push ourselves. We are a young team, but we're just going to try and come together as a team and work hard," he said.